|The African condition : a political diagnosis - Mazrui, Ali AlʾAmin|
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
|Acculturation: the study of culture contact - Herskovits, Melville J. (Melville Jean), 1895-1963|
"Printed in Germany by J. J. Augustin, Glückstadt ... in April 1938 for J. J. Augustin, publisher, New York City."
Keywords: Acculturation; Ethnology
|Excerpt Detroit Ford Middlesex|
Narrator recounts grandparents and parents immigration to Detroit and working at Ford Motor Company.
Keywords: Detroit; Ford Motor; Acculturation
|Henry Ford English Language Melting Pot|
Narrator recounts grandparents and parents immigration to Detroit and working at Ford Motor Company.
Keywords: Ford Motor Company; Acculturation
|Annual report. Town of Center Harbor, New Hampshire (Volume 1933) - Center Harbor (N.H. : Town)|
American anthropologist (new ser.) v.63, no. 5, pt.2, Oct. 1961
Keywords: Pima Indians; Acculturation
|Acculturation and material culture - (Volume Fieldiana, Anthropology, v.36, no.6) - Quimby, George Irving, 1913-|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 147)
Keywords: Acculturation; Implements, utensils, etc
|The book of America's Making Exposition : held at the 71st Regiment Armory, New York, October 29th - November 12th, 1921 - America's Making, Inc|
"This book has been arranged in cooperation with the various groups which participate in the Exposition and the pages have been prepared from material submitted by them."
Keywords: Acculturation; Aliens; Immigrants
|Wouter Henkelman.the Other Gods Who Are|
Keywords: Iran; Persepolis fortification; acculturation; Elamite
|Sex, Status and role in the Mestizaje of Spanish colonial Florida, by Kathleen A. Deagan - Deagan, Kathleen A|
Keywords: Acculturation; Indians of North America
|Time perspective in aboriginal American culture, a study in method - Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939|
Keywords: Acculturation; Indians of North America
|A guide to materials bearing on cultural relations in New Mexico - Saunders, Lyle|
Keywords: Indians of North America; Mexicans; Acculturation
|The dynamics of culture change; an inquiry into race relations in Africa - Malinowski, Bronislaw, 1884-1942|
Bibliography: p. -165
Keywords: Ethnology -- Africa; Acculturation; Indigenous peoples -- Africa
|New lives for old; cultural transformation: Manus, 1928-1953 - Mead, Margaret|
Keywords: Manus (Papua New Guinean people; Acculturation
|Cultural patterns and technical change (from the Tensions and technology series) A manual - World Federation for Mental Health|
"A reprint of the original edition published by UNESCO."
Keywords: Acculturation; Technical assistance; Social change; Acculturation; Technology; Psychology, Social; Anthropology, Cultural; Mudanca Social; Technische ontwikkeling; Culturele aspecten; Acculturation; Assistance technique; Changement social
|Acculturation and Adaptation - Childhood Matters|
We talked with some parents at Lotus Bloom in Oakland about immigrating to the US and raising their children with their ethnic identity.
Keywords: cutlure; acculturation; adapting; tradition; language; experience; immigrant; coping
|Acculturation Model For L 2 Acquisition|
Acculturation Model for L2 Acquisition: Review andEvaluation
Keywords: Acculturation Model for L2 Acquisition: Review and Evaluation
|Changing kinship systems: a study in the acculturation of the Creeks, Cherokee, and Choctaw (Volume Fieldiana, Anthropology, v. 33, no.4) - Spoehr, Alexander, 1913-|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-233) and index
Keywords: Consanguinity; Creek Indians; Cherokee Indians; Choctaw Indians; Acculturation
|Depopulation and culture change in the early historic period interior Southeast - Smith, Marvin T|
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Florida, 1984
Keywords: Indians of North America; Acculturation; Indians of North America
|Podcast 6.12: Jesus Groups as Associations and Cultural Minorities, part 2 - Philip A. Harland|
Here I continue to discuss groups of Jesus followers in Asia Minor with case studies of 1 Peter and Revelation (John's Apocalypse), focussing on both indications of identity construction or maintenance and signs of assimilation or acculturation.
Keywords: 1 Peter; new testament; early christianity; acculturation; assimilation; identity
|Podcast 6.9: Judean Immigrant Associations, part 1 - Philip A. Harland|
This episode introduces Judean (Jewish) associations or synagogues in the Greek cities of the Roman empire and begins to consider evidence in Josephus' Judean Antiquities regarding the first century BCE. This sets the stage for other episodes on the archeological and epigraphic evidence regarding Judean immigrant groups in the Roman era. This is part of series 6 (Associations in the Greco-Roman World) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Keywords: Jewish diaspora; judeans; roman empire; greco-roman religion; josephus; acculturation
|Time perspective in aboriginal American culture, a study in method - Sapir, Edward, 1884-1939|
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Keywords: Acculturation; Indians of North America; Indians of North America
|ERIC ED327861: Assumptions about Literacy Underlying an Employee Newsletter. - ERIC|
A corporate employee newsletter offers an ideal opportunity to discover how literacy functions as a means of assimilating individuals into a social structure. Underlying the corporate newsletter's assimilative function are the assumptions: (1) that in reading, employees rely on attitudes toward types of texts evolved within society as a whole; and (2) that employees create and enter into roles and relationships cued by the text...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Business Communication; Communication Research; Critical Reading; Discourse Analysis; Language Role; Literacy; Newsletters; Socialization
|ERIC ED346386: Hispanics' Coping as a Function of Acculturation. - ERIC|
This study explored empirically the influence of acculturation (Hispanics' acquisition of behavioral patterns of the North American culture) on help seeking (coping) when a stressful event is experienced. It has been proposed that mental health services in the United States are highly reflective of Anglo American cultural values and thus culturally irrelevant to Hispanics. Hispanic heads of households (N=248) were interviewed by telephone...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Behavior Patterns; Client Characteristics (Human Services); Coping; Help Seeking; Helping Relationship; Hispanic Americans
|ERIC ED336652: Explaining Depression among Clinically Depressed and Nondiagnosed Hispanic Women. - ERIC|
Variables such as low socioeconomic level, educational level, marital status, employment status, sex role orientation, and level of acculturation have been cited as contributing to depression among Hispanic women. While most of these conclusions have been based on between-group comparisons against Anglo women, this study was conducted to examine within-group differences on depression, while controlling for ethnicity and gender...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Clinical Diagnosis; Depression (Psychology); Females; Mexican Americans; Sex Role
|ERIC ED222080: Korean Language Maintenance in Los Angeles. Professional Papers K-1. - ERIC|
Characteristics of the Korean population in Los Angeles, intergenerational cultural problems, and efforts to promote language maintenance are described. The majority of Koreans in Los Angeles have been in the United States less than 10 years. A high percentage are from middle class and professional backgrounds. The traditional hierarchical family structure is being challenged by the younger generation that has been educated with the American values of independence and individual freedom...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Culture Conflict; Korean; Korean Americans; Korean Culture; Language Maintenance; Social Values
|ERIC ED215004: The Resettlement of Indochinese Refugees in the United States: A Selected Bibliography. - ERIC|
This bibliography lists selected current resource and reference materials on the domestic resettlement of Indochinese refugees in the United States. Citations include books, journal articles, government reports, congressional hearings, and various published and unpublished documents by individuals and private agencies. Works are divided under sixteen headings: (1) bibliographies; (2) camps in Southeast Asia; (3) domestic resettlement of Indochinese refugees (general); (4) legal aspects of refuge...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Asian Americans; Indochinese; Information Sources; Land Settlement; Refugees
|ERIC ED260158: The Transition Program for Refugee Children, 1983-1984. O.E.A. Evaluation Section Report. - ERIC|
The second year of operation of the Transition Program for Refugee Children (T.P.R.C.) is evaluated in this report. The program provides classes in English as a Second Language (E.S.L.) or content area instruction with an E.S.L. approach specifically designed to improve students' English language listening, speaking, reading, and writing abilities. The program also attempts to acclimatize students to American life and culture...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; English (Second Language); High Schools; Limited English Speaking; Mathematics Achievement; Program Effectiveness; Refugees
|ERIC ED262118: Asia-Pacific Immigration to the United States. A Conference Report (Honolulu, Hawaii, September 20-25, 1984). - ERIC|
This conference report provides the main findings of a meeting whose goal was to produce a state-of-the-art analysis of Asia-Pacific immigration. Five additional, more specific goals of the conference were: (1) To examine the Asia-Pacific situation in relation to global and historical immigration patterns; (2) To analyze immigration in the context of other international linkages to obtain insight into its causes and implications; (3) To call attention to the impact of emigration upon the sending...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Asian Americans; Brain Drain; Demography; Immigrants; Migration; Pacific Americans
|ERIC ED262113: Citizenship Orientation of Two Israeli Minority Groups: Israeli-Arab and Eastern-Jewish Youth. - ERIC|
The purpose of this study was to examine and compare how Israeli-Arab and Eastern-Jewish adolescents view the role of the citizen. Both groups share a minority status within Israeli society, but have different socializing environments and different political and cultural status. The study population consisted of 118 Israeli-Arab and 279 Eastern-Jewish adolescents ages 16-18. They were asked to rate 36 questionnaire items according to their importance for good citizenship...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Arabs; Citizenship Responsibility; Cultural Pluralism; Jews; Minority Groups; Political Attitudes; Sociocultural Patterns; Youth
|ERIC ED205023: On the Plausibility of Second Language Acquisition Models: An Experimental Perspective. - ERIC|
During the past ten years, research on second language acquisition (SLA) has expanded; at the same time, different models and hypotheses have been proposed to explain and account for the processes underlying SLA. Four models seem to be dominant at the present time: (1) the monitor model, which distinguishes between implicit or unconscious language acquisition and explicit language learning; (2) the discourse approach which emphasizes the relationship between the form and function of linguistic s...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Discourse Analysis; Language Research; Models; Neurolinguistics; Research Methodology; Second Language Learning
|ERIC ED389016: Exploring the Assimilation Stage of GTA Socialization: A Preliminary Investigation. - ERIC|
A preliminary study explored the components of the assimilation stage of graduate teaching assistant (GTA) socialization. Subjects, 64 GTAs attending a large midwestern university, completed 4 survey instruments concerning their attitudes on mentoring and communication support, information seeking strategies, teacher communication concerns, and organizational socialization tactics. Results indicated that supportive communication relationships correlated with information-seeking practices, teache...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Communication Research; Graduate Students; Higher Education; Socialization; Student Attitudes; Student Surveys; Teaching Assistants
|ERIC ED320418: A Paradigm Regained: Conflict Perspective on Language Use in Bilingual Educational and Social Contexts. - ERIC|
The validity of the consensus paradigm dominant in sociolinguistics is questioned. Social scientists working in this paradigm take the perspective of society as an aggregate operating through agreement between its constituent elements, working to the benefit of the aggregate. The best-known of the consensus-oriented theories is structural-functionalism (S-F), which sees society as a system of mutually supportive institutions where each institution contributes to the system as a whole, maintainin...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Bilingual Education; Bilingualism; Foreign Countries; Language Research; Language Role; Linguistic Theory; Sociolinguistics
|ERIC ED197005: West Indian Immigrants and the United States Education Process. - ERIC|
This paper attempts to assess the potential for educational achievement, especially among children, of recent West Indian immigrants to the United States. Two basic sources have been used: data collected for the author's dissertation, and interviews with high school principals in Brooklyn, New York. After an overview of the history of West Indian immigration, the recent status of the immigrants is discussed in terms of access to jobs, housing, and education...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Educational Experience; Educational Needs; Elementary Secondary Education; Immigrants; Interviews; Population Trends; Student Problems
|ERIC ED263281: Haitians in Miami. An Assessment of their Background and Potential. Occasional Papers Series, Dialogues #12. - ERIC|
A survey of 129 Haitians enrolled in English for Speakers of Other Languages classes in Miami, Florida, revealed that common stereotypes about Miami Haitians are wrong in virtually every respect. In fact, Miami Haitians are not a significant drain on community resources. They did not come to the United States anticipating benefits from the welfare system. They are not uneducated nor are they unskilled...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Educational Attainment; Employment Patterns; Haitians; Immigrants; Socioeconomic Background
|ERIC ED214404: Social Adaptation of Refugees. A Guide for Service Providers. - ERIC|
This guide is intended for persons who are concerned with the social adjustment of refugees in the United States. Its objectives are threefold: (1) to help the service providers better understand the refugee as an individual; (2) to add to the knowledge of how to provide culturally-appropriate services and support for the needs of newly arrived refugees as well as of those who have been in this country for several years; and (3) to help service providers identify the kinds of support the refugee...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Agency Role; Community Services; Culture Conflict; Human Services; Refugees; Social Integration
|ERIC ED371371: The Fruits of Literacy: Loss or Gain--Zitkala-Sa: Native American Author and Reformer. - ERIC|
Zitkala-Sa, a 19th century Native American woman who won second place in an 1896 Midwestern oratorical contest, resembles many students who daily cross borders--geographical, economic, linguistic, and cultural--balancing on a tightrope of assured losses and uncertain gains. Known as Gertrude Simmons before and Gertrude Bonnin after her marriage, she was a well-known advocate of her people during the first four decades of the 20th century...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; American Indian Culture; American Indians; Audience Awareness; Cultural Differences; Higher Education; Persuasive Discourse
|Vibrant Voices: People of Color Speak Out - Deep Dish TV|
Part of the series: Behind Censorship: The Assault on Civil Liberties. Institutions of the dominant culture daily censor the voices and heritage of people of color in the USA through a process of acculturation and assimilation. Vibrant Voices examines the struggle of African-Americans and Native, Latino and Asian peoples for control of their heritage and communities.
Keywords: Censorship; Civil Liberties; dominant culture; heritage; acculturation; assimilation; African Americans; Native; Latino; Asian
|ERIC ED181477: The Socialization Powers of Television and Foreign Students' Value Orientations. - ERIC|
A Q-factor analysis study was undertaken to supplement an earlier research effort that had suggested that television can be an acculturator for foreign students. The method used to test the relationship between television presentation and foreign students' orientation toward cultural values involved three steps: (1) traditional values were identified and matched to television programs, and the matching process was validated; (2) a baseline of United States students' perceptions of these values w...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Factor Analysis; Foreign Students; Q Methodology; Socialization; Television; Television Research; Values
|Pasados Barbaros, Presentes Romanos: Sincretismo e Identidad religiosa - Marcial Tenreiro-Bermudez|
"Pasados bÃ¡rbaros, presentes romanos. Sincretismo e Identidad religiosa" Actas del VII y VIII Encuentro de Jovenes Investigadores de Historia Antigua. Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Serie 2. Historia Antigua, nÂº 22, 2009 pp. 261-274 Abstract In this essay the Romano-celtic syncretism is evaluated through the theory of identity. We will pay special attention to two aspects of the problem that in our opinion should be analyzed jointly: the institutional organization of worship and the ideological ...
Keywords: Syncretism; identity; acculturation; provincial religion; celtic religion; roman religion; romano-celtic religion; interpretatio; gaulish; germans; religio
|ERIC ED293937: Southeast Asian Refugee Youth: An Annotated Bibliography. Southeast Asian Refugee Studies Occasional Papers. Number Six. - ERIC|
This annotated bibliography comprises books and articles on Southeast Asian refugee youth. It is divided into the following cross-referenced sections: (1) Adaptation and Acculturation; (2) Education; (3) Physical and Mental Health; (4) Unaccompanied Minors and Amerasian Youth; (5) Courtship and Marriage; (6) General Topics; (7) Journalism; and (8) Bibliographies. Some of the annotations are derived from abstracts included in several online data bases; others were abstracted specifically for this...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Asian Americans; Health; Journalism; Marriage; Mental Health; Migrant Education; Online Catalogs; Refugees; Youth
|ERIC ED320164: Teaching the Literature of Lesbian and Gay Experience: An Assimilationist View. - ERIC|
The increased visibility of lesbian and gay texts can be considered analogous to and preparatory to the increasing visibility of lesbian and gay people. Students who read about and discuss homosexuality may produce writings which reflect resistance to subject matter but also sensitivity to the relationships which the works studied described. Both the selection and arrangement of texts construct a reality which students experience and contemplate...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; English Literature; Higher Education; Homosexuality; Sex Role; Social Bias; Student Attitudes; Teacher Attitudes
|Empowerment of Latinas in Recovery|
Keywords: HISPANICS; CULTURAL SENSITIVITY; ETHNOCULTURAL FACTORS; PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT; ALCOHOL EDUCATION PROGRAMS; DRUG EDUCATION PROGRAMS; FEMALES; CULTURE; ACCULTURATION
|Market integration and health : the impact of markets and acculturation on the self-perceived morbidity, diet, and nutritional status of the Tsimane' Amerindians of lowland Bolivia - Byron, Elizabeth|
Keywords: Chimane Indians--Bolivia; Chimane Indians--Nutrition; Acculturation--Bolivia; Chimane Indians--Cultural assimilation
|Acculturation and Adaptation in a New Country: Celebrating the Diversity of the Bay Area - Childhood Matters|
The Bay Area is one of the most diverse areas of our nation, and home to individuals from all over the world. How can families maintain their cultural identity while also thriving in their current environment? Join Nurse Rona and guests as they honor Latino Heritage Month and celebrate the diversity of the Bay Area. Let us know how you helped your family make a successful transition to living in the USA! - Jorge Partida, PsyD, is a practicing psychologist, founder of J...
Keywords: acculturation; assimilation; preserving; culture; traditions; immigration; diversity; integration; isolation; adaptation; teaching; language; native
|Invisible Indians : a history and analysis of the relations of the Cocamilla Indians of Loreto, Peru, to the state - Stocks, Anthony Wayne|
Keywords: Indians of South America; Acculturation; Indians of South America; Cocama Indians
|ERIC ED328821: Children's Knowledge of Display Rules for Emotional Expression and Control. - ERIC|
An important task for children is to acquire their culture's rules for emotional display. Accurate knowledge of display rules prescribing, for example, safe targets for anger or indelicate situations for excitement helps regulate expressive behavior and mediate the impact of emotional expression on the self and others. In this study, children's knowledge of affective display rules was investigated...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Adolescents; Affective Behavior; Age Differences; Child Development; Children; Emotional Response; Sex Differences; Social Integration
|ERIC ED319056: Growth and Conflict in Basic Writing. - ERIC|
The most serious approaches to teaching basic writing in the last 20 years have been framed by the competing metaphors of growth and metaphors of initiation. The growth model pulled attention away from the forms of academic discourse and toward what students could and could not do as writers, and encouraged teachers to respect and work with the skills which students brought to the classroom. Recent metaphors of initiation have often seemed to exaggerate conflicts and differences, in equating lea...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academic Discourse; Acculturation; Basic Writing; Conflict; Discourse Modes; Freshman Composition; Higher Education; Self Actualization; Teaching Models; Writing Instruction
|ERIC ED319830: Designing an Education for Life in Two Worlds: The Founding of the Bureau of Jewish Education of New York City. - ERIC|
The Bureau of Jewish Education, founded in 1910 as part of the Kehillah (Jewish Community) of New York City, had a seminal and lasting influence on the education of Jews in America. The New Jewish Educators trained at the Bureau stressed the cultural breadth and historical depth of Judaism while emphasizing that Jewish education was supplementary to and compatible with modern American public school education, a viewpoint that went unchallenged until the founding of the Orthodox and Hasidic day s...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Adjustment (to Environment); Biculturalism; Educational History; Elementary Secondary Education; Immigrants; Jews; Multicultural Education; Supplementary Education
|ERIC ED267136: The Ethnic Matrix: A Psycho-Social Perspective, and Its Implications for Human Service Practitioners. - ERIC|
This conference paper presents the "ethnic matrix," a theoretical model of the process of ethnicity which describes how ethnic identity is sustained or diminished in the life of an individual or ethnic group. After a general introduction, the first of the paper's three major sections presents a research review and overview of historical and societal perspectives of ethnic identity. It argues that, as a response to the cultural preservation revolution of blacks and Hispanic Americans of the 1960'...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Cultural Differences; Ethnic Groups; Ethnicity; Group Unity; Identification (Psychology); Immigrants; Race; Racial Identification; Self Concept; Social Integration
|ERIC ED229489: The Price of Ethnic Identity: Maintaining Kin Ties among Pacific Islands Immigrants to New Zealand. Research Report No. 22. - ERIC|
In an attempt to evaluate the thesis of Albert Wendt, the well-known Samoan writer, that competing loyalties, goals, and expectations create tension among Polynesian migrants to New Zealand, this paper examines the psychological and social costs of Polynesian migration to an urban center in New Zealand. During 1979-80, 228 Samoans, 2,122 Cook Islanders, and 224 New Zealanders of European heritage were selected from within the same working class neighborhoods of Auckland, New Zealand...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acculturation; Adjustment (to Environment); Ethnic Groups; Ethnicity; Family Relationship; Foreign Countries; Group Unity; Immigrants; Pacific Islanders